Redirects to Locations Module Elmira / Chemung CountyWellness Center Residential Program and Dansville ClinicGeneseo ClinicLivingston CountySayre
The Center of Excellence (COE) has been in operation since 2017. The COE offers case management and peer support services to anyone with an Opioid Use Disorder. The COE assists with access to D&A treatment, medical
The Center of Treatment Innovation is located at 6 McMaster St., Suite 3, Owego, NY. The phone number is 607-223-4826.
The Wellness Center Residential Program is a twenty-six (26) bed, co-ed 820 residential program. It provides an opportunity for individuals to improve their health and wellness so they can live a self-directed life and strive to
Medical staff is available at all of clinic locations. Below is a list of Doctors, Nurses, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners with their respective locations. Geneseo: (585) 991-5012Dr. Norman Wetterau, PhysicianMeriel Campbell, Nurse PactitionerKimberly Humphrey, Licensed
CASA-Trinity in Livingston County provides Chemical Dependency services to Individuals incarcerated in Livingston County Jail. CASA-Trinity views incarceration as a mode of intervention with the opportunity in some cases to introduce participants to treatment and in
The Tioga County jail program provides care for persons suffering from Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) identified by the correctional facility or by self reports. CASA-Trinity counselors provide orientation to those individuals and complete referrals to outside
The Chemung County Jail program connects inmates who have struggled with drug and/or alcohol issues with a Chemical Dependency Counselor and a Peer Recovery Specialist. The goal of this program is to engage inmates in treatment
The Impaired Driver Program (IDP) is a 7 week program that provides education to drivers convicted of a DWI/DWAI offense. The IDP is designed to provide an in-depth education regarding high-risk alcohol and other drug choices
The flier below is a list of Narcan trainings. Narcan training flier.
The Amnesty Program is a collaboration between CASA-Trinity and the Livingston County Sheriff's Department. Here is how it works: If you or a family member are struggling with drug addiction The Amnesty Program can help. 1. Voluntarily
CASA-Trinity, Inc. is a Community Based Organization with many partners. These are partners who have gathered as a network of providers and affiliates in order to share information on how to best provide comprehensive services to
CASA-Trinity is considered an essential service. As of July 6, 2020, we have offered in-person care. We work diligently to ensure the health and safety of our employees and our clients while we preserve community access to
Recovery can be a challenge. Let's face it, it is down right hard! Recovery inspires hope, but it requires dedication, commitment, sweat, tears and people who are supportive. Social distancing adds another challenging layer to Recovery.